Who do we write for? How do we write with kindness and grace yet speak the truth when it isn’t always pretty?
I swear to tell the truth… my truth.
Shortly before Covid-19 forced the hands of parents and carers to temporarily ‘homeschool’, I’d decided to travel that path. My HELM workshops changed our worlds and made the seemingly impossible, possible.
Fifty years is a long time! Here’s some lessons I’ve learned, some, the hard way, others, as wake-up calls, and others as ‘Who knew?’ moments.
Twinkle was only a cat, but such a little star, and the best friend my daughter could have had. Shine on sweetheart!
Six different yogis who have a certain zen, an inner peace, a shiny presence in common, share their wisdom on yoga.
Pulling delicate fronds of household dust from Henry the Hoover feels strangely cathartic as I take a break from multi-tasking to empty the dust bag
During the toilet paper crisis, here’s how a little girl remembered she really could go to the loo all by herself!
I left my family home at the beginning of lockdown. This isn’t the fresh start in a new home I’d planned for but I am learning some unexpected lessons.
Social distancing is hard. Here are 3 tips I learned along my journey to recovery from depression and anxiety and 3 things to avoid. Be kind!
Any parent who is doing their best – and aren’t we all? – is surely using, developing and finely honing those most Super of Super Duper Powers, every single day – even if you don’t know it yet.